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talking. is that the vice president? of the united states? yes, he came to the green ball. oh, my god. it was a big fing deal. it was. jacki, i don't know if you were -- >> roland texted me. i was hanging out with hal and summer and we had gone up to see some of the entertainment. he said get backstage now. i've got a series of -- now! you don't seem to understand, now! as we walked back, some guy literally pushed me and said you can't come back here now. apparently roland doesn't have sway over the vice president's guards. >> really? >> stephanie: roland is going to post a bunch of pictures because it wasn't just a moment. we were actually talking and laughing and he gave me a kiss. it was amazing. he is as charming as you hear. he really was -- it was incredible. >> great picture of him in the west wing. if you ever get a white house tour. >> stephanie: but anyway, he was amazing. i said he remembers everything. >> he said to you you are a beautiful woman. >> stephanie: but yeah. >> he says that to all of the girls. >> stephanie: i testified in front of you with that -- about talk r
. >> stephanie: yep. >> we started to stop the trafficking of weapons from the united states to mexico. >> stephanie: right. >> when i was in homeland security, you couldn't believe the resistance of looking into weapons that were leaving the united states and going into mexico. now why would we want -- why would we want to stop -- not want to stop that trafficking whether it was drugs or -- or weaponry into mexico, since we have stomped it down to the ground as much as we could anyway. >> stephanie: and look at how new york got done on gun control. how quickly and in a bipartisan way. >> you have got to do the work beforehand. cuomo wouldn't have brought it up -- he didn't bring it up the legislature brought it up, but he approved it. in congress we kind of work like backwards many times. we go from the top and then it comes down to the members, and that's not the way to do it. we do that on that lot of subjects. i think the president has done the right thing to talk to those who were first affected. >> stephanie: yeah. >> what the hell did they do wrong? >> yea
's required of being the president of the united states, i can be in bed by 9:30. >> obama had an afterparty at the white house. he was up until 4:00 a.m.! >> you go. >> i do two minute of news at the top of the hour and i stay up late. >> what am i saying exactly? >> hal: 4:00 a.m. call against a guy who's probably still awake. how can you make the point that he'll groggily answer the phone. p.s., the two guys we ran if you look at mccain, imagine calling that man at 4:00 in the morning and asking him anything. seriously! ehh? who is this? click. >> get off my lawn. >> mr. president mr. president are you awake? we have an emergency. troops -- there is a nuclear submarine. >> i can't hear you. my goiter got in the way. >> hal: then mitt romney, if you take that picture of him pumping gas on the way to disneyland as a sign of how he handles stress -- >> oh, boy! >> he turns into a hobo. >> hal: hobo producers activate. form of a confused staggering man on the train. let's actually -- this is interesting, too. because while the inauguration was going -- let's go to sean in chicago. sean in chi
in the united states right now. >> caller: yes, definitely. >> stephanie: as it relates to both of those issues, i think. >> caller: i agree. i just -- i just feel like you know, people need to realize that the mentally ill were dangerous, there's too many of us. you would all be dead. and we're far more likely -- >> stephanie: duly warned. >> caller: victims of crime than the perpetrator. >> stephanie: it is the toxic combination of you know, people that are violently mentally ill and this easy access to guns and the fact that you know, despite the fact that people like wayne lapierrre say there's background checks in place and all of the laws already on the books. well, they're clearly not being enforced or they're not -- or the background check system doesn't work, right? >> well, this whole wayne lapierrre, i mean he's just basically motivated by profit. he does not care about american society. all he wants is his profits to continue for the gravy train to continue and he does not care. >> stephanie: there's something wrong with a gun lobby more interested in selling guns. it is a business.
racked up. if congress refuses to give the united states government the ability to pay these bills on time, the consequences for the entire global economy would be catastrophic. far worse than the impact of a fiscal cliff. >> stephanie: not to mention who gets to do that? who gets to get their mastercard bill and go yeah, i know i already spent it but i'm not going to pay that now. >> computer says no. >> stephanie: you can't -- it is almost like washington just has this normal place. you don't get to negotiate with that. the president again yesterday. >> obama: today's agreement enshrines, i think a principle into law that will remain in place as long as i'm president. the deficit needs to be reduced in a way that's balanced. everyone pays their fair share. everyone does their part. that's how we grow. >> stephanie: that's how we roll bitches. steve in florida you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi steve. >> caller: hi, steph, how are you? >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: i saw last night on the ne
, it is shocking to hear anyone in the united states considering a solution mald make it seem more like colombia. somalia. perfect. as guns proliferate legally and illegally, people seem more terrorized in guatemala. riding a public bus is a risky business. more than 500 bus drivers have been killed in robberies since 2007 which tracks organized crime in the americas to call it the most dangerous profession on the planet. when bullets start flying, everyone is vulnerable. i think you pointed this out jim. 155 drivers 54 bus assistants and 14 criminals. that's a good average right? >> yeah, at least you got some of them. >> stephanie: some were killed by the robber's bullets and by gun-carrying passengers and places with more guns have more violent deaths, more homicides and more suicides. >> really need a scientific study for that. >> stephanie: apparently you do. women and children are more likely to die. the more guns in an area, the higher the local suicide rates. if you live in a civilized society, more guns mean more deaths. some harvard guy. there's no evidence that having more guns reduce
[ censor bleep ] kidding me? i am the secretary of state of the united states of america, i have [ censor bleep ] stuff to do. really? >> turkey! >> turkey! >> stephanie: okay. i'm a little bit busy. and then he pressed her on it, and she is like i don't know anything about that. and you think i would because as i mentioned i'm [ censor bleep ] secretary of state. you [ censor bleep ] >> stick. >> stephanie: i'm bleeped the dip and not -- all right. all right. we shot up the entire first segment on useless pointless stories. [ applause ] >> also -- >> are you going to offer me an orange now. >> stephanie: orange candy. >> all boys like ribbon candy. >> stephanie: you are stuck with me. seventeen minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: call stephanie now, she's easy. 1-800-steph-1-2. vanguard is all-new with a world premier episode straight from today's headlines. only on current tv. ♪ >> announcer: stephanie -- stephanie -- stephanie miller ♪ once way or another i'm going to find you, i'm going to get ya get ya get ♪ >> stepha
. no one has ever said we're not going to pay our bills in the united states. >> caller: oh, and i want the president to stand firm on that. i pay my bills. >> stephanie: that's right. that's right. >> caller: congress got to pay their bills. they started this in 2000 three wars. pay your bills. >> stephanie: there you go that's exactly what the president today yet. >> obama: raising the debt ceiling does not authorize us to spending more all it does is say america will pay its bills and we are not a dead beat nation. >> stephanie: there you go. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: this story just for you. ryan gosling says his texts are like pets. i'm talking about your muscles. he said after a while they are just there but you still have to feed them and take care of them. >> stephanie: jim, this is for you, actress milley cyrus says her latest girl crush is katy perry. she previously admitted she has a crush on kristin stewart. >> who would have a crush on kristin stewart? she always looks like she is sucking on a lemon. >> because she's malnourished i
into the right-wing world. andrew dee pall 'tano. >> the president of the united states, the vice president of the united states, their entire administration the people that brought us obamacare do not believe in parts of the constitution, the 10th amendment, and the 2nd amendment, and they will do everything they can to wear away at those parts of the constitution with which they disagree. >> who is this idiot? >> stephanie: andrew depalatono. jim is only half here. he is rethinking his packing. all right. [ inaudible ]. >> the president i think instinctively moves towards disempowering people and i think he is hijacking these tragedy i dos say we're going to invest more power in the state and take guns away from law-abiding citizens that feel autonomy. >> stephanie: this guy and the fox -- what are they like a handwriting -- >> yeah, handwriting expert. >> stephanie: it's pop psychology of the worst. >> it's pop psychology with a political opinion. >> i would tell by his aura he wants to take our guns away. >> stephanie: he doesn't even know the president, and he is
's all about those darn republicans in the house versus the president of the united states. >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> oh good grief. >> what was the point of that? >> stephanie: that it's the democrats in the senate that are obstructionists? [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> they filibustered more than any other senate in the history of the senate. >> but doocy conveniently forgot that. >> it was more of fox and friends attempt to try to make their audience feel like they are getting what they came there for. there is a liberal bias and only fox is going to give them the truth. they should keep the relationship going. you can ask sean hannity what happens when you lie to your audience. >> stephanie: yes. >> by the way mitt romney why isn't he singing the national anthem? >> stephanie: right? >> or america the beautiful. >> stephanie: why is the president so divisive? why didn't he invite mitt romney to the inauguration. >> only mitt romney can sound like a sloweddown record. >> he sounds like a 45 that is missing its adapter. >> stephanie: right. >> so it's slightly
the united states president said what he said last time. >> i think it's okay to geek out on these transformational moments. >> stephanie: this is like prom week for political geeks anyway. >> as biden would say, this is a big f-ing deal. >> stephanie: beyonce and everything was there, and i'm like oh, my god, it's tammy baldwin! i met cory booker last night. and i was a geek. >> i was in l.a., and there are all these stars and i'm like there is ted coppel. [ laughter ] >> the log cabin republicans he had some interesting words for them. tough expletive. >> stephanie: really? >> good for him. >> stephanie: they are not fair enough! >> yeah. >> stephanie: yeah, he and his wife were there at the human rights campaign. his wife has done a lot of work on behalf of gay rights. it was an amazing vibe, right? >> it is. and i guess patriotic as the next person, but when your country -- when your president is involved with like actively trying to deny you your rights it chips away at your feeling of being part of this nation. >> stephanie: yeah. >> and there's bun
god we trust." okay, fine. it is on the money. it is essentially the model of the united states. because eisenhower got that passed in 1956. >> john: it is not the conservative point of view. the conservative point of view would be a separation of church and state as the founders intended. 18th century point of view is putting in god we trust in everything. >> they raised money to put "in god we trust" in two foot tall gold letters, not just on the front of the courthouse but on all four sides above every entrance. so that no matter where you walk into the courthouse, you see "in god we trust." >> that's very donald trump of them. >> i just want to know what's wrong with god's ego? that he just needs to know that -- >> the sign's not big enough! >> john: again, it's not about god. this isn't about christianity either. it is about christian supremacy. putting the word god in giant gold letters is not about your devotion in faith. jesus lines out in matthew 6:5 you're supposed to pray in private and be humble about it. we're christian folk and if you're not bug err off. -- bugger
in the united states. >> stephanie: how about that! >> we're number one! >> that's a hell of a statistic. >> stephanie: america. [ bleep ] of all of the statistics -- some of them are so stark and powerful like that one. national initiative aimed at -- [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] curbing gun violence was launched by former u.s. representative gabby giffords and her husband. this tuesday was the second vairs of the shooting that -- anniversary of her shooting that killed six people. web site is americans for responsible solutions. that sounds -- promise to launch a national dialogue, counter influence of the gun lobby. in response to a horrific series of shootings victimized tens of thousands of americans and left one of its own bleeding in near death in. >> it son parking lot congress has done nothing. congress has done something quite extraordinary nothing at all. achieving reforms to reduce gun violence prevent mass shootings will mean matching gun lobbyists. >> stephanie: that's why we're giving to the brady center for the sexy liberal cause for the d.c. show because if you look
. >> and it happened at a time when the united states economy % was doing reasonably well. >> stephanie: that's what you point out. it shouldn't be too much to notice it's not 1999 shutting down the government in the middle of a perilously weak economy. this ain't no disco. >> are we done? because we were in the heebie jeebies for a while. no there is a recklessness in the year and some of the republican leaders that would like there to be a republican party in ten years are looking around saying maybe this is something we shouldn't monkey with this time. but who knows. >> stephanie: right. >> i mean you would have to be a fool to presume you know who is driving the train there right now. >> stephanie: exactly. you pointed out the same thing we did as you call it disco dave's dance party on meet the press. he has reached the perfect balance of sucking up to people and book -- >> i don't know if it's a jack welch thing. >> stephanie: yeah. >> the fellowship of, you know nasty not entirely competent former ceos. she has nothing to contribute to anything. she was a failure at a
there were iraqi weapons of mass destruction that justified a war. the invasion of the united states. we are still searching for their weapons. >> stephanie: yeah, and how many thousands of people died because of that? >> hundreds of thousands. >> stephanie: yes. thank you. and here is senator ron johnson. >> you disagree with me that a simple phone call to those evacuees wouldn't have ascertained immediately that there was no protest. >> with all due respect the fact is we had four dead americans was it because of a protest or guys out for a walk one night who decided to go kill some americans. what difference at this point does it make? >> stephanie: thank you. >> but -- but -- but -- but if i was -- oh never mind. >> stephanie: right. okay. grafrpy mccain yesterday. >> there are many questions that are unanswered. and the answers, frankly that you have given this morning are not satisfactory to me. >> dammit! dammit! dammit! >> stephanie: john mccain again yesterday. >> the american people deserve to know answers and they certainly don't deserve false answers. and the a
joining their units. so while we're moving in the right direction, we still have a long ways to go. >> stephanie: they obviously made news recently. they ousted a lesbian mom of her pack in ohio, right? >> yes and there was a lot of energy around that. [ inaudible ] resort over the summer. and that's when it became clear to us that if we were willing to put the right amount of work into it, we would really be able to make this happen. >> stephanie: zach walls, as a former youtube sensation yourself, this is why, i think in some ways your testimony before the iowa state legislature caused such a sensation is because you put such a human face on it. you talk so lovingly about your two moms and how you are a normal family like everybody else -- >> i don't know if i would say we were normal. that might be stretching it a little bit. but we are absolutely a loving and committed family no doubt about it. >> stephanie: i think that's why we have made so many strides and i think that's why we're moving to quickly on these subjects don't you? >> yes. >> stephanie: i t
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handed to them on a plate. they are a united front that has stayed firm since the reagan era until now has just fallen apart. after the election they are like everybody we talked to agreed with us, and hated obama and then they lost. >> that's right. >> stephanie: and then they were bewildered -- >> what sean hannity lied to us. >> stephanie: carefully hiding their agenda behind propaganda and fox news. >> mitt romney is going to win in a landslide. lots of pictures in it. >> stephanie: president obama lured them into the open with his carefully crafted chess game with his pretend broken wing, flap, flap look at me i'm practically a lame duck. the speaker of the house has been turned into a laughing stock. he is at the point he told harry reid to go [ censor bleep ] himself. consider obama has how managed to get them to break on their number one priority. now what do they stand for. >> and then grover norquist says they didn't raise taxes on anybody. >> they signed the pledge. >> stephanie: the republicans sleeves are empty of tricks. >> tricks are for kids. >> stephan
up the united states economy and the world economy. or that's something they can take that they can negotiate with. as americans, that didn't used to be something that was negotiable. >> no. in honesty people, you know, we debated that issue. whatever side we talked about the increase, the increase, the increase. in a bipartisan basis and whether it was clinton or bush or reagan administration, et cetera, then people voted to increase the debt limit because it's not about future spending. it is about spending that has occurred and that is like getting your credit card bill in the mail and you've made the purchases and then you say well, hell, i'm not going to pay the bill. >> stephanie: really would be like talking to mastercard and going we really need to cut spending. so i'm not paying this. >> i'm just not going to pay my bill. >> stephanie: you're the one that ran up the spending. >> congress ran up the bill. you can have a debate and conversation about those efforts. >> i think what's incredible, i've been look at the commentary and the quotes from some of our colleagues on the
aware of how many people in the united states save themselves from great bodily harm or injury in a year by having -- >> stephanie: not as many are likely to shoot a friendor -- >> caller: i just asked a question because you have been discussing how many people have been killed -- >> stephanie: right. not nearly as many times. >> right. and we're not talking about handguns at all. >> stephanie: you are three times more likely to shoot a family member or acquaintance. >> and we're not talking about handguns. >> and handguns are overwhelmingly used in more crimes than assault rifles. so again if we asked the caller how many of those people saved their lives usen an ar-14. >> stephanie: exactly. >> ermahgerd telegrams! >> stephanie: all right. we'll be right back with the remaining moments of the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: your grade school nones would like to slap her silly. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ >> you would rather deal with ahmadinejad then me. >> absolutely! >> and so would mitt romeny. >> she's joy behar. >> and the best part i
to several -- they remain united. >> we don't have an artificial gravity like they do in science fiction. jesse sent this to me. the white house has officially responded. really people? we don't have enough going on. >> what? >> stephanie: take up the white house's time with this, really? the administration -- desires a strong national defense. here are a few reasons. the white house needs to take time to -- the construction of the death star has been estimated to cost more than $850 -- i don't know -- i don't know if there is a number. working hard to reduce the deficit, not expand it. number two, the administration does not support blowing up planets. number three, why would we spend countless taxpayer dollars on a death star with a fundamental flaw exploited by a one-man starship. thank you for making the point about the starship. [ applause ] >> stephanie: hard-of-hearing darth vader never gets old. >> go to the stephanie miller time line on facebook and you'll see it. scroll down. >> stephanie: what? dan in missouri, you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi dan. >> caller: hi, step
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